The Cowboys are expected to have Ezekiel Elliott in the lineup for the first time this preseason when they play the Seahawks on Thursday night and they have another running back on the field for practice for the first time this year as well. Lance Dunbar has been activated from the physically unable to perform…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago
FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys’ first practice at their new facility will feature a new face – or at least a new participant.
2 days ago
I officially deem today Good News Saturday. lance dunbar on Twitter Cleared and ready to go!! God is GOOD!! Lance Dunbar was a huge part of the Dallas Cowboys offense in 2015 before he tore both his ACL and MCL in his left knee on a kick return in New Orleans on October 4th (322 Continue reading Lance Dunbar Officially Cleared To Return To Practice at Inside The Star.
Via Inside The Star
3 days ago
The Dallas Cowboys continue to have an injury-filled season. Already without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, Dallas lost another offensive player to injury when Lance Dunbar left Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints after hurting his knee on the second half kickoff. ESPN's Todd Archer reports the team fears Dunbar has a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee. “I don’t like it...
The Lance Dunbar hype train reached absurd levels last offseason. When the Dallas Cowboys hired offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, Dunbar was expected to be the 1b to DeMarco Murray's 1a in the Cowboys' running back rotation. Previously, Linehan had leaned heavily on a two back rotation during all of his previous coaching stints. Dunbar put together an impressive training camp ...
For the most part, Lance Dunbar has been a non-factor for the Dallas Cowboys this season. Prior to the Seattle game, Dunbar only managed to have 84 yards on 16 total touches. For a player the Cowboys treated with “kid gloves” Dunbar had many questioning why he was even on the roster. But Dunbar made a game changing play on Sunday, late in the second quarter that helped Dallas...
The Dallas Cowboys' offseason has been filled with plenty of buzz and positive coach-speak surrounding third-year running back Lance Dunbar. The bandwagon is filling up so fast that you might think that Dunbar is competing for a featured role. Murray and the coaches have made it clear that he's only a compliment, but in the new offensive scheme he will have a greater opportunity...
IRVING, Texas - It's awful hard not to like Lance Dunbar and respect what he's been able to accomplish in his first two seasons in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys. Sure, Dunbar, a product of Haltom City High School and North Texas, missed nearly half of last season with a season-ending knee injury, but the 24-year-old running back has carved out a nice niche for himself with America...
Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar is expected to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury sustained in a Thanksgiving win over Oakland. The Cowboys reported on their website Friday that Dunbar will have surgery for an injury to the joint in his left knee. Dunbar got hurt Thursday after rushing for a career-high 82 yards. Starter DeMarco Murray ran for three touchdowns...
Via Associated Press
November 29, 2013 | Discuss
The NFL has become a passer's league, but there is one thing that a team still has to have if it wants to be a true contender--a running game. If you can't control the ball and keep it away from your opponents when you need to most winning is going to be a lot harder. Against the Oakland Raiders on Thanksgiving it appeared as if the Dallas Cowboys might finally have one, but than...
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